2011 Predictions

Which projects, people, products, and events will capture our attention in 2011?

Article from Issue 122/2011

Rikki asks the Magic 8 Ball (actually, her Facebook friends) what 2011 will bring. Also, updates on Gnome and CeBIT.

New Year’s might be my favorite holiday – no one expects any gifts, we all get a fresh start, and a toast and midnight kiss is encouraged. Best of all, New Year’s is cross-cultural, celebrated by Linux users and their Windows-running friends alike. In the spirit of fresh starts and New Year’s resolutions, I asked my Facebook friends to chime in with their 2011 predictions for the tech world. Luckily, my friends have strong opinions and are always eager to share them!

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